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I'm using turbo tax so it's hard to understand where informa

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I'm using turbo tax so it's hard to understand where information is populating as I answer the questions, and this seems wrong to me. I lived in CA part of the year and KS the rest. My business in CA lost $8500 last year and KS is adding this $8500 loss to my taxable KS income. Does this sound right?
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Angie replied 6 months ago.
No...when you are filing as a part year resident, you have to allocate the portions of your income/loss to each state. There should be an allocation worksheet to allow you to zero out the loss for KS.

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